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2024 Rice Engineering Magazine Cover

The spring 2024 issue of Rice Engineering Magazine is here!


At Rice Engineering, we are driven by a passion for innovation and a commitment to responsible engineering practices. It’s with great excitement that we unveil the new design of Rice Engineering magazine, which underscores our dedication to excellence in research, education, and service. The 2023-24 issue is full of news about how Rice Engineering is solving for greater good.

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Solving for Greater Good

At Rice Engineering, we work at the intersection of some of today’s most important issues and interesting challenges. We bring together world-class engineers in an intimate environment that favors collaboration over competition. Our goal? To find pathbreaking solutions to local and global challenges in ways that are more equitable, more responsible, and more sustainable. By harnessing our strengths, working together, and always imagining the unintended consequences of our efforts, we’re not just tackling tough engineering problems, we’re solving for greater good.

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Engineering News

Unique interdisciplinary collaboration accelerates student success.

Undergraduate research by Chawit “Poom” Kritpracha ’23 published in Medical Engineering and Physics.

New method of microneedle-based sampling of dermal interstitial fluid is six times more effective than existing sampling techniques.

More than 60 faculty members in the George R. Brown School of Engineering...

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Featured Events

future faculty fellows

June 7

Future Faculty Fellows Application Deadline

School of Engineering Ph.D. students and postdocs applying for tenure-track faculty positions during the fall 2024 semester are eligible for this program.

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AI In Health

September 9-12

AI In Health Conference

Join the Ken Kennedy Institute for this conference on AI, data and computing in healthcare and public health.

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RCEL Panel Series

October 10

Ethical Decisions: The Engineer’s Responsibility

Join the Rice Center for Engineering Leadership and a special guest panel to discuss the role of ethics and leadership for engineers.

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